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In Feltus v. U.S. Bank National Association (2D10-3727), the Second District reversed a summary judgment of foreclosure "because material issues of fact as to which entity holding the promissory note executed by Feltus existed at the time the trial court entered summary...
Information Learned As Counsel For Adversary In Case Precluded Adverse Representation In Different Case
In Frye v. Ironstone Bank (2D11-905), the Second District granted certiorari and held that the attorneys for the respondent were disqualified from representing the bank. The court's fourteen page opinion began: Mr. Frye for an alleged breach of a loan guaranty. The question presented is...
In Ballinger v. Bay Gulf Credit Union (2D09-4561), the Second District reversed a final judgment based upon the contents of the verified complaint. Interestingly, the court found "no error in two of the issues raised by" the appellant. However, concluded that "we must...
In Revello Medical Management, Inc. v. Med-Data Infotech USA, Inc. (2D10-534), the Second District granted a petition for certiorari and quashed a trial court order requiring the production of software source code. The court described the facts as follows:In simple terms, Med-Data claims...
Trial Court Has No Discretion To Stay Final Judgment Of Possession When Tenant Fails To Deposit Rent Payment
In Stetson Management Co., Inc., et. al v. Fiddler's Elbow, Inc. (2D08-4285 and 2D09-959), the Second District reversed the trial court and held: We agree with appellants that because the tenant, Fiddler's Elbow, did not timely deposit its monthly rent payment as required by court order, that...